Conservation league gives $10,000 to neighborhood associations

The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League awarded $10,000 in grants to neighborhood associations in its annual meeting at Turner House Monday. The funds mostly come from the league’s fall home tour.

Here is a list of the awards:

The Dells District Neighborhood Association, $400 to finish their street-sign toppers

Elmwood Neighborhood Association, $1,000 for an Elmwood Business District mural

Kidd Springs Neighborhood Association, $1,650 to provide school uniforms, neighborhood challenges, communication and copying costs

Kiest Park Community Group, $600 to install neighborhood crime watch and VIP signs

Kings Highway Conservation District, $607 to paint the neighborhood association logo onto two retaining walls, on North Polk near Kings Highway

Sunset Hill Neighborhood Association, $1,475 for sign toppers

West Kessler Neighborhood Association, $327 for a membership directory and electricity for the Stevens Woods Court island garden

Winnetka Heights Neighborhood Association, $3,000 for sidewalks and website improvement

Wynnewood Heights Neighborhood Association, $500 for landscaping in medians and crime watch signs

Wynnewood North Neighborhood Association, $1,107 for sign toppers

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3 Comments

  1. […] Old Oak Cliff Conservation League gave $10,000 in grants to Oak cliff neighborhood associations in […]

  2. OCKid June 14, 2013 at 8:03 PM

    Bunch of white folks.

  3. texashugs June 14, 2013 at 6:19 PM

    Who decided how the money was dispersed?

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